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Monday, November 14, 2005

New York City, London, Paris, New Orleans... Oklahoma City?

Erm... Okay...

Gothic vampire movie being filmed in Oklahoma City by GrayMark Productions /UCWE/ - "Soul’s’ Midnight," a gothic vampire horror movie, has recently begun filming in locations across Oklahoma with a staggering amount of Hollywood experience and artistry as its pedigree. As produced by the Oklahoma-based Graymark, along with Image Entertainment, the film will be directed by noted filmmaker Harry Basil ("Cloud Nine," "Back by Midnight") and will feature the accomplished stage, screen and Emmy-award winning actor Armand Assante ("Unfaithfully Yours," "Private Benjamin," "The Mambo Kings" and "Gotti") as its lead.
Oh, look! A supernatural reason to be scared of Oklahoma! All snark aside, I find myself pretty intrigued by this project (though I don't know how 'noted' I'd call Harry Basil... Damn! There's that snark again!). Still, if Near Dark could do it, maybe this can as well. And besides, I think Mexico's been done to death already - let's give OK a whirl. Hey, here's a question: what would be your vote for best atypical vampire movie location?


Blogger Carnacki said...

South Beach, Miami or Key West. Too sunny and happy.

11/14/2005 12:21:00 PM  
Blogger protected static said...

Yeah, but in all three locations there's a huge nightlife/party scene - and where there's nightlife, there're always going to be predators, eh?

That said, it makes you wonder why there haven't been more (any?) vampire stories set in those places - particularly given the gay scene in all three locales.

11/14/2005 12:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oklahoma is the world's best kept secret.

11/15/2005 04:47:00 PM  

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